I have listened to this over 5 times now. There is always something you have missed before. Its my go to listen again when I am waiting on another credit for my account!
Being a current Boy Scout leader and Having hiked the AT many times myself, I can so relate to this book. It encompasses just about every situation that you would run into on a hike. Its forays into facts about the AT is very informative as well...
Oh I will after awhile to see if I can pick up on some things I might have missed before.
Excellent build up right to the end! Then she sticks it to him in a way that make you remember..oh yeah... He did do this.. and she was able to use it against him in a way where he was trapped and could never get out! Great story!
The narrator does an excellent job of differentiating between characters. Always speaks in first person.. I hate the narrators that cant get by the she said they said he said of the narrative!! That always makes me disinterested in the hearing experience
Ahhh, I'm on the last part of the book.. So I cant answer this yet ;-)
Always does an excellent job as stated above.
Not Ralph! Not Philemon either! Any of the rest I am sure would be an interesting conversation
Pillars of the earth was probably Ken's best book so far. This was a good exercise ina follow up to it, but did not even compare. It was a little tough going in the beginning until we got to some nail biting parts, but all in all its pretty drawn out between the gut wrenching adventures..
Pause for thought!
How Eric logically put together his theories.
I just don't understand why the "intellectuals" in this world have to stick their heads in the sand and glibly look for solutions that fit their microcosmic Humans in a box theories. This evidence is as plain as the sun shines bright.
yes, it was a good story.
in the fight scenes yes, but the ending was quite predicable.
He avoided the he said she said to the point you really felt that the characters were real
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